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Kagoma Gate and Busoga Schools Pass 100%

OK, more great news. National exam scores are in for both our schools. ALL our kids at Busoga and Kagoma Gate passed. As a nation, 70% of Ugandan children drop out of school in their primary years mostly due to the inability to pass the national P7 exam. Just eight years ago, the villagers could […]

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Two of Our Kids are Graduating With Bachelor Degrees

This is such a great post. Let’s publish it in Moses’ own words.: Tomorrow is a great day in our history as an organization. Proscovia Nakiranda is graduating courtesy of the sponsorship program thanks to her sponsors the Siragusa Family. Alison, Thomas, Courtney Siragusa She graduates with a bachelors of social work and social development. […]

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Project in Albany to Help Elderly Disabled Woman: Some Skilles Needed

This coming Saturday, we have a LOCAL PROJECT opportunity in Albany .  An elderly disabled woman needs to have a door and grab bars installed. Chris Bennett is the lead.  He needs just two (2) volunteers with some skills.  Again,  the work is scheduled for Saturday, January 19.  Contact Chris at 518-879-5239 for more details […]

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Time to Think About Uganda Trip

It’s that time again! We need to start planning The Giving Circle  Summer 2019 team trip to our Ugandan projects and family. As usual, we’ll be going in early July. If you are in any way considering making the trip with us or want more information, please email us at mark@thegivingcircle.org.  

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More Chess Talk

Mark says: I need to talk about our amazing chess success again. Our Busoga Chess team finished second in a large event. The team included Ashiraf Naminya, one of our deaf students!!! Before we started our programs for the deaf and disabled, he was one more child thrown away. It was believed that these kids […]

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